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Grandview Heights PTO

Full house witness to copious talent

The Grandview Heights PTO's annual talent show can hardly contain all the talent.
Responsive Classroom

Checkups on emotional well-being start at door

Every morning, Stevenson Elementary School Principal Angela Ullum greets students at the school's front door as they arrive.
Grandview's Pelotonia

Donations will bring these boys to your yard

For the members of the Grandview Heights Pelotonia team who will provide lawn aeration services as part of an annual fundraising effort, the upcoming cycling event might seem like a walk in the park.

Stevenson's All Arts Day takes its name seriously

With the help of Columbus-area graffiti artist Justin "Ketchup" Withrow, Stevenson Elementary School students helped add some color to the area around their school last week as part of annual All Arts Day.
Treasurer's notes

Yard benefits community, but no financial boon to district

At Grandview Heights City Schools, we believe in maintaining transparency and good communication with our stakeholders, especially when it involves school finances.
Police beat

Grandview: Homeowner catches would-be burglar in action

Grandview Heights police officers were dispatched at 6:26 p.m. April 11 to a home in the 1100 block of Hope Avenue on a breaking and entering in progress.

Moment in time

Roderick "RB" Barden was a professor in the Agricultural Extension Service at Ohio State University when he started the Outdoors Store in 1934. He later operated the OSU Airport and ran the aviation department at OSU, and became the chairman of the department of agricultural engineering.

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Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.

On the move

Antonio Ciaccia of Grandview Heights was appointed to the National Community Pharmacists Association's Steering Committee on State Legislation & Regulation.

Novel all too real for trafficking victims

In writing a novel he hopes focuses greater attention on the problem of human trafficking, former newspaper reporter Christopher Stollar knew he had to walk a fine line.

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Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave., Columbus. For more information, call 614-486-2951 or visit ghpl.org.
Wallace Gardens

Concept for upgrades is taking shape

As spring kicks in and residents are tending their plots at Grandview's Wallace Community Gardens, plans to enhance the gardens and adjacent McKinley Field Park are nearing fruition.
Pillars of society

Grandview's National Honor Society brings 40 juniors into fold

They've got the stellar grades, the work ethic, the altruism. Now they're part of a society that proves it.

Gathering offers glimpse of tweaked pool plans

Grandview residents will be able to learn more about changes to the municipal pool design at a community meeting tonight, April 21.

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